Why Universities Should be Very Worried about Petya and Other Ransomware Attacks

By Frank Tisellano II, General Manager at Kaseya on Tuesday, July 25th, 2017 in Blog. No Comments

Ransomware has been wreaking havoc for years, locking up data and decrypting and releasing it only when money is paid, usually through Bitcoin. Like any successful malware, new variants are based on the old ones, making it a snap for even amateur-hour hackers to tweak an old exploit and unleash it as new. For Universities, […]

Are you worried about ransomware spiking your ticket volume overnight?

By Frank Tisellano II, General Manager at Kaseya on Tuesday, July 18th, 2017 in Blog. No Comments

Have you ever wondered if you are a just sitting duck waiting for next global cyber-attack involving ransomware? Are you really a reactive desk and just not ready for the potential flood of tickets? Does your Security team really have the tools to prevent the exposure in the first place? Kaseya, the industry leader in […]

What We Learned from the TDX 2017 Pulse Study

By Andrew Graf on Tuesday, July 11th, 2017 in Blog. No Comments

When we launched our first annual Pulse Study in 2016, we set out to evaluate organizational maturity and top challenges in Higher Ed IT. Frankly, we were not sure what to expect. We certainly understood common challenges in the industry, especially those encountered by our clients. But what would the data tell us after surveying more […]